Gunung Ledang Waterfall is a tourism attraction located in the district of Tangkak, Johor. This waterfall is located near the Gunung Ledang Legendary Forest Park which has been gazetted and and managed by Perbadanan Taman Negara Johor (PTNJ) on October 27th, 2005. Used to be called Air Terjun Gunung Ledang (ATGL) will now be called Taman Negara Johor Gunung Ledang (Waterfall) in conjunction with Perbadanan Taman Negara Johor took over on June 1st, 2022.
This area covers recreation areas and development areas with an area of 10,353 hectares. This TNJGL (Waterfall) area was initially maintained by Mainly Realty Sdn. Bhd. (MRSB) through a privatization agreement signed between MRSB and the Johor State Government on 14 March 1992 for a period of 30 years (ending on 13 March 2022) for recreational purposes.
Among the facilities found in this recreation area are parking (motorcycle, car, bus), post guard, prayer room, souvenir shop, stall area, resting area, gazebo, chalet, indoor hall, swimming pool, shed area, as well as park management office. As a new attraction, several buggy units have been provided to visitors for free. The amenity provided to aid the visitors who are elderly and with kids to utilize this amenity. The buggy will transport visitors starting from the entrance of TNJGL (Waterfall) to the ticket counter and will lessen the travel duration as well make the facilities more user-friendly for the visitors.
KOLAM PUTERI Kolam Puteri and the waterfall elevate at about 120-meter from the base of Gunung Ledang. The journey from the base of the mountain to Kolam Puteri takes about 15 minutes for a distance of one kilometre on foot. The journey to get to Kolam Puteri will be accompanied by lush greenery under a thicket of forest trees. Bench are provided to ease the exhaustion before starting off again.
SALES STALL There will be 8 units of stalls consisting of food, beverages, retailing, and recreational items that can be acquired by visitors before carrying on with the recreational activities.
ENTRANCE RATE As has been issued in the Warta Kerajaan Enakmen Perbadanan Taman Negara Johor 1989 (Peraturan-Peraturan Di Taman Negara Johor 2016) the admission rate is as follows:
Student / Senior Citizens
HOW TO GET THERE
Office address: Gunung Ledang Johor National Park Batu 26, Jalan Segamat, 84020 Sagil, Ledang, Johor Darul Ta’zim
Mailing address: Gunung Ledang Johor National Park P.O. Box 77, Batu 26, Jalan Segamat, 84020 Sagil, Ledang, Johor Darul Ta’zim,
Exit the North-South Expressway at exit 235-Tangkak towards Tangkak / Muar / Segamat.
After the toll, turn right onto Jalan Muar-Tangkak / Route 23, towards Tangkak town.
Continue straight, follow the signs for Tangkak, Sagil and Gunung Ledang.
50 meters after Balai Polis Sagil (Sagil Police Station) and just after Jalan Sempadan you will see the sign and entrance arch to Taman Hutan Lagenda Gunung Ledang on your left. Turn left.
From here you will need to drive through a palm oil estate for almost 4 km before arriving at the park office.
These are estimated travel times by car to Taman Hutan Lagenda:
5 hours from Kuala Lumpur
5 hours from Johor Bahru
6 hours from George Town, Penang
3 hours from Singapore
The nearest town with a transport hub is Tangkak. There are express bus services from Terminal Bersepadu Selatan (Southern Integrated Terminal) Kuala Lumpur to Tangkak (2 hours). From Tangkak Bus and Taxi station you can catch a taxi to the park (15 minutes).
The nearest major town is Segamat, which is more easily accessible from the south. There are express bus services from Larkin Sentral in Johor Bahru (3 hours) and Singapore (4.5 hours) to Segamat as well as Terminal Bersepadu Selatan KL to Segamat (3.5 hours).
From Segamat, there are many express buses to Tangkak (1.5 hours). You can also get a taxi from Segamat to the park (45 minutes).
The nearest train station is in Segamat. The information in this section is to give you a rough idea of how to plan your journey. For current train schedules and ticket prices please check the KTMB website.
From Singapore Take the Woodlands CIQ – JB Sentral shuttle, a short 5 minute journey. The train runs almost every hour starting from around 7:00 am to 11:30 pm.
From Johor Bahru (JB Sentral station)
Take the KTM Intercity or KTM Intercity East Coast Line to Segamat.
From Pulau Pinang (Butterworth) / Kuala Lumpur (KL Sentral)
To reach the state of Johor from the northern part of Malaysia, you can take the Electric Train Service (ETS) to the Gemas interchange station. Then take the KTM Intercity or KTM Intercity East Coast Line train service to Segamat. You can also change from the ETS line to the Intercity line at Pulau Sebang/Tampin and Batang Melaka. Alternatively, the KTM Komuter runs more frequently and also stops at Pulau Sebang but has more stops and is slower.